Thursday, September 15, 2011

Fun Food: Homemade Custard Koi Dessert

Jelly on a plate, jelly on a plate,
wibble wobble, wibble wobble, jelly on a plate.

Last week, we went to the baking shop to get supplies for Baby C's birthday cake. Hubby spotted a cool koi fish jelly mould, which we also got. Instead of using gelatin, Hubby made a custard dessert instead. It is pretty straightforward - make the custard according to the pack instructions, cool it slightly (10 mins), place it in the mould and cool it in the refrigerator for 4-5 hours. Use a clean knife to slightly loosen the custard on the side, flip it onto a plate and voila - a pretty dessert treat for all!

We used chocolate chip for its eyes.

Creamy and milky.

Baby C couldn't wait to get her mouth on it!

Besides enjoying the dessert, you can teach your kids the "Jelly on the Plate" rhyme too :) The kids laughed watching the custard wobble on the plate.

Definitely a fun dessert.

*For anyone interested in getting the koi jelly mould, the baking shop address is: Bis Ingredients, 30-A, Jalan Suarasa 8/4, Town Park 1, Bandar Tun Hussein Onn, 43200 Batu 9, Cheras, Selangor.


  1. Maybe is color problem, I found that the fish looks so cute and Kesian at the same time XD

    jk jk hehe

  2. omgh...I made some too the other day but don't know how to make the "eyes" stay on :(

  3. Kian Fai: Lol... not kesian la... I see his cute face I feel like eating him! :P

  4. Small Kucing: Oh, we use chocolate chip, just press into the custard. What did u use>

  5. This is so creative, lovely looking.

  6. i've never heard of the 'jelly on the plate' rhyme before this! learned something new today (just like Baby C) :D

  7. Nava: We liked the mould as soon as we saw it... thanks a lot.

  8. Sean: Lol! Glad we could teach another person this rhyme :P I think it's a British rhyme, Hubby learnt it in school.


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